The consultancy unit is TEP Centre’s flagship practice, set up to support our clients in addressing diverse challenges in the education sector. Some of our competencies lie in:


The A&A unit possesses specialist expertise in the design of learning assessments and large scale surveys, and in translating evidence into policy and action through structured advocacy and strategic communications.


The technology arm of TEP Centre is a technological service provider, supporting education innovation by creating web technologies, applications, or software, that can ease the process of learning


Technical Support for Education Innovations

Following the 2016 edition of the Nigerian Education Innovation Summit (NEDIS), the National Innovation Collaborative for Education (NICE) was established to further initiate unique opportunities that facilitate continuous collaboration, communication and engagement in scaling up education practices.

Impact Assessment

In 2015, TEP Centre, together with its partner MDF Netherlands, carried out an impact evaluation on behalf of Misean Cara; the Irish aid organization. The overall objective of this evaluation was to carry out a comprehensive outcome evaluation of Misean Cara education funding in Nigeria

Monitoring and Evaluation

British Council’s Fast Forward Project

The Fast Forward project implemented by the British Council Nigeria in collaboration with LEAP Africa, is an action research pilot project testing out a model for teaching employability skills and providing work based learning opportunities to secondary school students to better prepare them for work.

Office of the Special Adviser on Education, Lagos State

The Lagos State Government has embarked on bold and transformational initiatives targeted at strengthening the education sector and improving the human capacity of the state as a whole.

Citizen-Led Assessment of Learning

As a means to address gaps in education sector accountability, TEP Centre initiated LEARNigeria; a citizen-led household assessment and advocacy programme. The programme aims to determine foundational numeracy and literacy competencies in Nigeria’s children and strengthen the agency of government and community stakeholders to take action which will strengthen teaching and learning in Nigeria.

LEARNigeria 2015 Pilot -TEP Centre


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